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IT Management Linux News for Jul 07, 2003

  • Computerworld Malaysia: United on Linux (2003-07-07 22:00:48)
    "The reason for the increase in adoption of Linux is rather straightforward. Many of the major issues have been addressed. So, to many industry players who have a stake, Linux is finally coming of age..."

  • NewsFactor: Is IBM Too Big To Topple? (2003-07-07 21:00:39)
    "SCO's lawsuit already has opened a window for IBM's competitors, who have had a tough time going up against Big Blue in such areas as Web-services architectures and Linux servers. It is an unexpected boon for Oracle, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft..."

  • AllLinuxDevices: SAP, Sharp Go in a Linux, Java Mobile Direction (2003-07-07 20:00:11)
    "Enterprise software company SAP AG and Japanese electronics giant Sharp have teamed up in order to build applications that deliver real-time data across corporate networks to smaller mobile devices..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Netli, Linux Take Web to Warp Speeds (2003-07-07 19:00:39)
    "As fast as the Internet can be, there is still a problem with distance-induced delays. Downloading a Web page in Japan from the US can add unwanted seconds to surf time. And when that surf time is to a commerce site, then such delays can mean real money lost. Netli is a company with a better plan: service called NetLightning that uses Linux to achieve sub-second download times--from anywhere on the planet..."

  • ComputerWeekly: Linux Woos Unix Users (2003-07-07 14:30:19)
    "Linux kernel 2.6, due for release in the fourth quarter, will yield more features that are of value to corporate IT managers...